Features & Highlights

  • Easy transfer: articulation agreements with most Washington State four-year colleges
  • Supportive learning: students fulfill the majority of their chosen major's requirements in small, supportive class environments with close faculty attention
  • Scholarships: program-specific funding available through the Foundation
  • Graduate with honors: students can apply to the optional Honors College at Shoreline for advanced classes, research opportunities, leadership experience and additional transfer support

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Describe differences and similarities in how people across the globe experience social, cultural, economic, or political systems.
  2. Examine the interactions between societies and individuals.
  3. Apply methods of a specific discipline to interpret an expression of the human experience.
  4. Identify methods scientists use to explain aspects of the natural world.
  5. Use scientific laboratory practices within a field or discipline to investigate a scientific concept.

In addition to the outcomes above, students will gain the skills and knowledge included in Shoreline Student Learning Outcomes (SSLOs): Communication, Critical Thinking, Equity & Social Justice, Information Literacy, and Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning.

Program Options

Students can pursue a general AADTA or choose a pre-major to help guide them towards a specific subject. If you don't see what you're looking for, contact us and we can help craft a custom planning guide to meet your goals. 

Associate in Arts, AA-DTA Planning Guide

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